Police in Hampton, Virginia, Friday night announced that they were the mother of a 2-year-old boy who was reported to have been missing.
The charges against Julia Leanna Tomlin , 34, are still pending, police said.
"Tonight, our hearts and prayers continue to go out to the loved ones of Noah Tomlin, and for Noah Tomlin," Hampton Police Chief Terry L. Sult said at a news conference .
"Unfortunately, to date, Noah has not been found. Based on the highly coordinated investigation, he said, "Sult said." This leaves us a little bit speechless, but the search for Noah continues.
Police said that Tomlin reported her child missing at 11:36 am on Monday, launching what has been described as an intense search
Noah was reported to be missing, Sult Said.
Police said that the investigation was in progress. "
The police chief said earlier this week that some crews were focusing on a landfill about 10 miles from Noah's home, while others had extended their search beyond the state lines.
"We ask did Sult said.
Sult said that the investigation was in the final stages of his sentence. buthe said he could not go into details at this time.
Noah, the chief said. "Sut said."
Noah's mother has other children, who are being cared for, and child protective services are involved, Sult said. Phil Helsel is a reporter for NBC News.